Evergreen Mountain - An Inconspicuous Incline
|Evergreen Mountain Summit|
Evergreen Mountain is an inconspicuous incline cloaked by a dark forest of lodgepole pine. The secluded trail to the top provides plenty of squirrels, shade and solitude.
Without a soul to be seen, a series of steep switchbacks climbs a rocky spine to the crest. Surrounded by a variety of big, blue peaks, the scenery from the summit is sublime.
The open-air overlook offers an array of unobstructed views. Spectacular Mount Evans Wilderness unfolds to west where it’s bookended by Bergen Peak and Black Mountain.
Energized by a bit of rest, the easy descent flies by as fast as the sunny season. Before long, we’re back down at the bottom where summer is over and so it begins.
|An inconspicuous incline|
|A secluded trail|
|Plenty of squirrels|
|Surrounded by peaks|
|The summit is sublime|
|An open-air overlook|
|Spectacular Mount Evans Wilderness|
|Bookended by Black Mountain|
|Summer is over|
|So it begins|